Two Antique Pocket Fruit Knives with Silver Blades & Mother of Pearl Handles (Code 2733)
Two early 20th century fruit type pocket knives with silver blades and mother of pearl handles. The larger is hallmarked for John Yeomans Cowlishaw, Sheffield 1912 and the small for William Needham, Sheffield 1923. The larger example has a silver tab in the handle which would have been intended for a dedication, but it left blank.
- Length Larger - 8cm closed, 14cm open
- Length Smaller- 5.7cm closed, 9.5cm open
- Weight: 42 grams combined
Condition: Larger with some wear to the blade tip and a crack through the handle. Smaller with some rippling of the blade and damage to the tip.
Code: 2733 AG21-1
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